Change Makers

Tackling Machismo through New Perspectives In many Latin American countries “machismo” customs and traditions convey a sense of supremacy of men over women, which leads to minimizing or downplaying the rights of women and girls.  Machismo culture often limits the ability of women (and men) to participate in a more equitable social and family environment.[…]

September Updates

Check out the September newsletter online! We are eager to share updates on integrating gender and nutrition into extension! This edition includes stories from Uganda, Zambia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sierra Leone, Tajikistan, and Honduras. We are eager to share updates on integrating gender and nutrition into extension! This edition includes stories from Uganda, Zambia, Nepal, Sierra[…]

How do men and women farmers treat nutrition in Honduras?

A group consisting of six INGENAES members began the process of strengthening the integration of nutrition education into extension services of PILARH OPDF and MANSURCOPAN Mancomunidades in the Dry Corridor. Dr. Juan Andrade leads the research and strengthening activity, with graduate students from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and University of Florida (UF) –[…]